The Brookline-Mason Republican Committee is committed to conservative principles and fiscal constraint. We believe that smaller government rather than larger government is the right approach at the town, county, state, and national levels.
Thursday, Dec 4, 2014 - 7:00 p.m.
Brookline Fire Station, 4 Bond Street, Brookline NH
The guest speaker will be Robin Doust. Robin will speak about school funding apportionment for cooperative school districts. This topic is particularly relevant and timely because changes to apportionment formula for the Hollis Brookline Cooperative School district will be considered by voters in early 2015. We will then have a discussion on the proposed gas pipeline. All registered Republicans from Brookline and Mason are invited to attend.
Note: 2015 dues of $10 are now due and can be paid at the meeting or mailed to Tom Humphreys @ P.O. Box 175, Brookline, NH 03033.
Congratulations to the elected 2014 Republican Candidates--the November 4th election was a GOP sweep for all offices below Governor, including Executive Council, State Senate, State Reps, and all Hillsborough County offices. Starting in January 2015, there will be GOP majorities in the Executive Council, State Senate, and State House of Representatives.
Federal Representatives for Brookline and Mason:
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Upcoming Speakers for Future Meetings:
To be announced.